Fall One Day Class - Save the Date!
October 22, 2014

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Dues are Right Around the Corner
October 15, 2014
As 2014 is slowly coming to a close, it becomes time for us to prepare for the year to come. Dues invoices are being prepared for mailing and will be mailed in early November. Remember that annual paper cards started to be phased out in 2011 in favor of a permanent, plastic card. If you are missing your plastic membership card, make sure to contact your mother valley for a replacement.
 
 
To make it easier for everyone in today’s busy world, the option to pay your dues …

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Consistory Shines in Chicago
October 10, 2014
 
Massachusetts Consistory traveled to the Valley of Chicago the weekend of September 20 to perform the 22°, Prince of Libanus, also known as the Woodchoppers Degree. The degree was performed for the annual meeting of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction's Membership Committee. It was attended by the Membership Committee Chairman and their representatives of 83 valleys. The degree was directed by Bro. David R. Lucas, 32º, and produced by Ill. William E. Holland, 33º, MSA.
 
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Why the Valley of Boston?
October 05, 2014
Once a man has made the decision to become a member of Scottish Rite, his next question becomes: which Valley do I join? Many men will often want to belong to a Valley that is close to home or has their friends and family in it. Others will be attracted to a Valley based on its history, brotherhood, and philanthropic activities. If you come across a brother who is looking to join Scottish Rite but is unsure about which Valley, make sure you speak highly of the Valley you proudly belong to.

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Signing Up for FEMS
September 30, 2014
As our society continues to progress into the technology filled age, Scottish Rite is taking steps to follow the curve in a variety of ways. The fall of 2012 was met with the introduction of the new website and weekly newsletters to better inform our members about everything happening within the Valley and Scottish Rite.
 
2014 brought the Valley of Boston a new online event registration system to use for our various events. The Fraternal Event Registration System (FEMS) will allow me…

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Share the Light
September 25, 2014
With any venture we undertake in our lives, we must ask questions to become more knowledgeable before taking that first step. We all did so when deciding to join Freemasonry and Scottish Rite. Sharing the light of Scottish Rite Freemasonry is something we all should strive towards, but being able to answer questions may not be the easiest. Here are some questions that often come up about Scottish Rite and easy responses that help any Master Mason learn more about the twenty-nine degrees.
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Upcoming Events

F1 Racing: Open to All Brothers!
October 01, 2014 to November 15, 2014
REGISTER TODAY!
 
The F1 Racing Event on November 15 was developed as a “Special” event to draw candidates to the Fall One Day Class and then into their first Valley of Boston function. This event is FREE to all candidates who become a member of all 4 bodies in the Valley of Boston on November 1. All sponsors of the candidates can sign up to race with and against the Candidates a reduced price. Candidates and sponsors are signing up now.
 
Tickets are now available...

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Research History with Online Mapping
October 05, 2014 to November 06, 2014
 
The Metro Boston area is full of a rich history that is second to none in the United States. From the Boston Common to the outskirts of the North and South Shores, there is history around every block. On November 22, the National Heritage Museum is holding a workshop for historians and map enthusiasts. “How to Do History with Online Mapping Tools” will take the use of online tools to create maps that chart the history of the Metro Boston area. Joanne Riley, University Archivist...

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Fill Your Passport
October 07, 2014 to November 01, 2014
 
The Valley of Boston is producing seven degrees at the Fall One Day Class on November 1: the 4°, 11°, 16°, 18°, 23°, 31° and 32°. This leaves twenty-two other degrees for any joining brother to witness in order to fill out their passport. For many Scottish Rite Masons, the degrees being presented this fall are not the only ones left blank in their passport. A great resource for any brother looking to witness all of the lessons within Scottish Rite is located on the Supreme...

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